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With Nintendo racking up the pre-orders for its 3DS, you'd expect Sony to have a counter move ready to be put into motion. And it does. This morning Sony announced the PSP2, or NGP as the company is calling it.

It stands for Next Generation Portable, but don't fret, it's just a codename. It boasts a touch screen, two cameras, motion sensor technology and (for people still complaining about the original's analogue nub over five years after it was released) dual analogue sticks. Expect it before Christmas. If you're Japanese. The rest of might (actually - definitely will) have to wait a little longer. In the meantime, coo over the pictures.

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